Teaching Experience

Webinar

Co-taught (with Caitlin Christian-Lamb and Mary Elings), History Section, Reference and User Services Association, American Library Association webinar, “Exploring Partnerships with Faculty and Other User Groups for Digital Humanities Projects,” May 12, 2015

Credit-Based Courses

Johns Hopkins University

1) Co-taught (with Yunshan Ye) an interdepartmental winter intersession one-credit hour course, AS.360.114 (12): Introduction to Library Research, Jan. 7-18, 2013

Course Description: This course provides an introduction to research in the humanities and social sciences disciplines. Students will gain a good understanding of the print and electronic resources available through the Sheridan Libraries. They will learn how to search and locate information efficiently using relevant databases, how to conduct effective literature review, how to critically evaluate information and follow scholarly conventions in documenting sources. The goal of this course is to help students identify scholarly resources in the humanities and social sciences and develop effective research skills.

2) Taught an interdepartmental winter intersession one-credit hour course, AS.360.104 (12): Introduction to Special Collections, Jan. 7-18, 2013

Course Description: This course offers an introduction to research in Special Collections. Particularly, the class will focus on primary sources available for the First World War. Students will be introduced to a variety of primary source materials such as personal correspondence, posters, caricatures, newspaper clippings, etc. They will learn how to use primary sources effectively and work in a group to create a digital scrapbook on a topic of their choice.

3) Taught a two-credit hours summer session course, AS.360.110 (21): Introduction to Library Research, July 16-August 3, 2012

Course Description: This course provides an introduction to research in the humanities disciplines. Students will gain a
good understanding of the print and electronic resources available through the  Sheridan Libraries. They will learn how to search and locate information efficiently using databases that are relevant to the humanities disciplines. The
goal of this course is to help students identify scholarly resources in the Humanities and develop effective research skills.

4) Taught an interdepartmental winter intersession one-credit hour course, AS.360.114 (22): Introduction to Research in Humanities, Jan. 18-27, 2012

Course Description: This course provides an introduction to research in the humanities disciplines. Students will gain a good understanding of the print and electronic resources available through the Sheridan Libraries. They will learn how to search and locate information efficiently using databases that are relevant to the humanities disciplines. The goal of this course is to help students identify scholarly resources in the Humanities and develop effective research skills.

Northern Arizona University

1) Taught a three-credit hours survey course, HIS 241: Western Civilization since 1660 as an Instructor in the History Department from January-May 2005 (Spring 2005 semester)

2) Taught a three-credit hours survey course, HIS 241: Western Civilization since 1660 as an Instructor in the History Department from August-December 2004 (Fall 2004 semester)

3) Taught a three-credit hours survey course, HIS 241: Western Civilization since 1660 as an Instructor in the History Department from January-May 2004 (Spring 2004 semester)